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Sleeping Beauty Seeks Revenge

Northeast Tucson, Nov. 24 11:48 p.m.

A Tucson woman called police in an attempt to scare some male friends after they allegedly photographed her naked while she was asleep, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The woman told deputies that she was sleeping at a male friend's house when they disrobed her and took the photos. The images were later e-mailed to other friends, the report stated.

The woman didn't want to press charges but said she wanted to tell police in an effort to scare her friends.

According to the woman, her friends were very scared.

Deputies documented the incident and told her to call back if she ever wants to press charges.


A Neighborly Thanksgiving

North Calle Bosque and East Calle Barril, Nov. 28, 11:05 a.m.

According to a PCSD report, deputies arrested a Tucson man after he was videotaped allegedly saying, "This is what I think of you"--while mooning his neighbors.

Deputy Rogelio Moreno arrested Jay Robert Hamilton III after he admitted to exposing his buttocks to his neighbors on Thanksgiving Day.

Hamilton, of the 4900 block of West Calle Bosque, told Deputy Moreno that he and his neighbors had been in an ongoing dispute regarding an easement between the properties.

Hamilton's neighbor's decided to set up a video camera, because they suspected that their neighbor might threaten or disturb them during the holiday weekend.

Deputies arrested and released Hamilton on suspicion of disorderly conduct.


Fighting Dirty

University area, Dec. 5, 1:13 a.m.

A student who allegedly punched another man--whom a bar bouncer was restraining--told officers that he was only trying to protect the bouncer, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.

Officer Garcia allegedly saw 20-year-old David J. Weed punch the restrained bar patron outside of Gentle Ben's Brewery, 865 E. University Blvd.

Weed, of the 1800 block of North Stone Avenue, said he was trying to protect the bouncer, but later told Officer Garcia that he punched the other man because he pushed Weed down some stairs while they were inside the bar.

Garcia searched Weed's wallet and found a fake driver's license, which Weed reportedly admitted to using to get into the bar.

Officers could find no witnesses who saw the other man push Weed down the stairs.

The other man told police that he wanted to press charges.

"That guy snuck in and fucking punched me in the mouth," the other man told Garcia.

Weed was arrested and released on suspicion of assault and possessing a fictitious identification.

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